Liverpool: Bobby Duncan and Rhys Williams among next generation of exciting talents set for bright futures at Anfield


Liverpool: Bobby Duncan and Rhys Williams among next generation of exciting talents set for bright futures at Anfield

Liverpool won the FA Youth Cup for the fourth time in their history after beating Manchester City on penalties at the City Football Academy.

While there is little to separate both of the senior sides in the Premier League, the same applied to the the next generation of talent as the Merseyside outfit lifted the trophy for the first time since 2007, after winning 5-3 on penalties.

Liverpool won the FA Youth Cup for the first time since 2007

Nabil Touaizi opened the scoring in first-half stoppage-time, but Bobby Duncan, cousin of Steven Gerrard, struck from distance to take the game to extra-time and it was captain Paul Glatzel who netted the decisive spot-kick after Cole Palmer had hit the bar for City.

It was the first time a side other than Chelsea had won the competition since 2014, but who from the class of 2019 caught the eye and will any of these players be able to make it in the Liverpool first team at some point in the future?